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- View Recordings of Past Events on the Bureau’s YouTube Channel!Click here to check out the Bureau’s YouTube channel to see recordings of past events–virtual and IRL!
- Black History Month Sale!For Black History Month 2021 the Bureau is offering 25% off of select books by and/or about Black LGBTQ people. Happy reading! Visit the Bureau’s online store.
- History of the Bureau, a talk by Bureau Co-Founder Greg Newton for the Royal Academy of Art, the HagueOn September 23, 2020, Bureau co-founder Greg Newton presented a virtual talk about the Bureau’s history for students at the Royal Academy of Art, the Hague. So if you’ve ever wondered how we came up with our name or what inspired us to found the Bureau, this video is for you! Find out how the…
- “The Bureau of General Services — Queer Division is the ultimate LGBTQ space,” interview with Dudgrick Bevins for QueerForty.com, November 30, 2020Dudgrick Bevins, founder of the annual NYC Queer Comic Fair that the Bureau has hosted since 2017, interviewed Bureau co-founders Greg Newton and Donnie Jochum for an article published on November 30, 2020, on QueerForty.com: “The Bureau of General Services — Queer Division is the ultimate LGBTQ space.” Thank you, Dudgrick!
- The Bureau has an online store!Now you can order books from the Bureau directly from our website! We’re starting off with a small inventory, but we’ll continue adding more books and eventually other merchandise. Feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org about any titles that do not appear in the online store–we can still send these to you if our…
- Review of Paul Moreno: Problem Areas, by Luis Martinez for New Art Examiner, August 2020Luis Martinez, aka the Art Engineer, reviewed Paul Moreno‘s solo exhibition at the Bureau, which was scheduled to open on Friday, March 13, 202o. Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, the exhibition was postponed indefinitely, so Martinez based his review on the images Paul Moreno shared with him. We expect that Problem Areas will open later…